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You will probably have learned ere this reaches you, my appointment to the Office of Secretary of the Treasury. To the acceptance of this arduous trust, I have been not a little encouraged by the hope that my inviolable attachment to the principles which form the basis of public credit is so well and so generally understood as to insure me the confidence of those who have it most in their...
I request that the Bank will advance to Messrs. Young & Dannaker Five hundred Dollars on account of their Cloathing with the Public on the same principles as the advances heretofore made. With respectful consideration I have the honor to be   Sir   Your most Obed ser ALS , Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. See “Contract with George Dannacker and William Young,” October 22, 1792 .
In conformity to my proposition accepted by the President Directors & Company of the Bank of the United States as expressed in their resolution of the 8th instant and to the desire of the Board signified in your letter of the 23, I have caused an Agreement to be prepared, which having been first shewn to you and approved, I have executed in two parts and now send them to you to be executed...
I have the honor to enclose for the consideration of the Board of Directors, the draft of an Agreement, for carrying into execution the Eleventh Section of the Act, which incorporates the subscribers to the Bank of the united States. They will perceive that it is substantially in conformity to the suggestions, contained in your letter of the 29th of last month. As far as there may be any...
I have delivered to Brockholst Livingston Esquire, who will present you this, One Hundred Shares of Bank Stock, for a purpose which he will explain to you. Should Mr. Livingston desire it, you will please to transfer the said Bank Stock or so much thereof as he may require, to Robert Morris Esqr. on his Order. I remain with great respect   Sir   Your Obedient Servant Copy, Hamilton Papers,...
I received your letter of the 28th ultimo, respecting the terms upon which the Directors of the Bank propose to furnish Bills of Exchange on Amsterdam for the use of the Government. These terms, under all the circumstances of the case appear to me reasonable and consistent with that spirit of accommodation to the public service which has so uniformly marked the conduct of the Directors. I...
[ Philadelphia, December 31, 1793. “The Secretary [of the Treasury] in a report to the House of Representatives of the 21st. December 1793, submitted a proposition for making provision for the second instalment. None having been made, he by a Letter to the Bank of the 31st. December 1793, informed that the Legislature not having yet had leisure to provide for the second instalment of the two...
[ Philadelphia ] June 23, 1794 . States “that the Director of the Mint would be obliged by being furnished with any French Crowns or other foreign coins of dates subsequent to the first of January 1792, in order that assays may be made preparatory to a procla[ma]tion of the President to authorise their currency.” AL , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. For background to this letter, see the...
I received the resolution of the Directors of the Bank of the united States of Yesterday, relative to my proposition of the 20th instant. It remains to be determined by the Bank in whose favour the Treasury Bills upon Amsterdam are to be drawn, of which I request to be informed, in order to give the necessary directions. I have the honor to be   very respectfully   Sir   Your obedt Servt LS ,...
[ New York, November 15, 1789. On December 9, 1789, Willing wrote to Hamilton : “We Reced your favor … of the 15th.” Letter not found. ]